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gobble, i'm giving you pilgrim's pride to buy. >> oh my godness. >> don't give him any more of the good stuff. after the first wine. don't give them any more of the good stuff. >> happy thanksgiving. mad money starts right now. >> my mission is simple, to make you money. i'm here to level the playing field for all investors. there's always a bull market somewhere and i promise to help you find it. "mad money" starts now. hey, i'm cramer. welcome to mad money. other people want to make friends. i'm just trying to make you a little money. call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. today, i want to talk to you about the big picture. building wealth in general. stocks are just one part, absolutely the most important one, but still just one part of building real wealth. not just living off your paycheck. there's some people, call them the 1%, if you want, who can make enough from their day-to-day income to become truly rich, but for the vast majority of americans, it's simply not enough to get wrou there. you need to hold medic. if you keep watching, i'm going to tell you how to do just that for
. three things you must take care of first. i don't usually address these subjects. sometimes, i feel remiss that i'm not mentioning them more. we don't teach financial literacy in high school in this country and few colleges will teach you a thing about how to manage your finances, although you might learn a ton of stuff about english literature or marxism. this is one of the reasons i wrote, so you can have a personal finance foundation you need to invest in the market. one of the three things you must do before you own a stock, first, this is going to sound boring and it just sucks the life out of everything, but you need to hear it. if you have to, you've got do pay off all of your credit card debt. i like to be as entertaining as possible. i still see people who have it. i'm not one of those zealots who say your credit cards should be cut up or that credit card companies are evil. like a lot of the companies that recommend but the facts are these. if you have credit card debt, you are playing an extraordinarily high interest rate on that to the credit card company. we're talking
lee. see you tomorrow at 5:00. don't go go anywhere. "mad money" with jim cramer starts right now. >>> my mission is simple. to make you money. i'm here to level the playing field for all investors. there's always a bull market somewhere and i promise to help you find it. "mad money" starts now. hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money." welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends, i'm trying to save you a little money. my job is not just to entertain but to educate and teach you. so call me 1-800-743-cnbc. where can we find the best growth right here right now? isn't that the be all and end all behind so much of we're looking for in the stock market? including today when the dow sank 21 points. nasdaq advancedn .08%. it doesn't matter where we find growth. we always love it when we see it. tonight we hear from regeneron, not only has drugs that are making fortunes for shareholders right now, it also has drugs in the pipeline that could keep that growth going for many years to come. game changing medicines that are disrupting the market and crushing the competition. incl
based on insider insights that the rest of us don't have will be giving their final order indications tonight to their brokers for how much stock they like. i can tell you from people i talked to that many large institutions are simply saying to goldman sachs, the keeper of the books for the deal. look, i do a lot of commission business and i'll take every share i can get. i want 10% of the deal. i want to circle 10% of the deal. that level of demand for a stock is pretty unprecedented, again with the exception of facebook. the reasoning is twofold. first is a good one. these institutional investors are very jazzed, they're excited about the possibility of owning shares in a company that's generated $620 million in revenue and super jazzed about the possibility of revenues increasing to about $1 billion the year after with double the profits. second, though, and this is what worries me about you. the big boys are betting that other less informed investors, people who use twitter and love it like me @jimcramer, people who don't know how to value the stock but just figure how can you go
don't go anywhere. "mad money" with jim cramer starts right now. >> my mission is simple, to make you money. i'm here to level the playing feel for all investors. there's always a bull market somewhere and i promise to help you find it. ""mad money"" starts now! hey, i'm cramer. welcome to ""mad money."" welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends, i want to make you money. my job is not to entertain you but to make you money. call me. 1-800-743-cnbc. today the dow slipped 9 points, nasdaq declined 44 percent. when the market is down, we always hear about the usual suspects. oh, maybe it's concerns about whether janet yellin the fed chief will consider tapering or not. why don't we blame obama care and people's fears for losing insurance. the walk grinch is stealing christmas. we are beginning to hear the next government shutdown will happen on schedule and this time it will be even worse. why don't we chill the cls climate down entirely? is there any wonder best buy or urban outfit, is talking about an unspeakably holiday season? then you go out to dream force. the celebr
it for 5,000, 6,000, 7,000, i don't know, 10,000 points. who knows? there's a tremendous dearth of supply. the endless buybacks have taken up so much talk and i don't talk about it as much. they take a swing like i did in the fall of 1987 when people hated stocks so much. with that in mind let's consider the state of the dow jones average that blew it out. who blew it and who blew it out? okay. in other words, let's look at the disappointers and how they've done, because this shows you what i'm talking about, a silver lining bull market. perhaps the most disappointing stock in the dow. one that's got a lot of people down is caterpillar. here's one that's done absolutely nothing this quarter after missing the numbers and guiding down big time. whoa, doesn't it say something that the cat's done nothing instead of being crushed? caterpillar caught an upgrade from the bank of america and merrill based on a specious call about power systems. the cat's well behind the market and therefore makes for a terrific catch-up story and it will catch up despite the endless executioners and high inventor
it's concerns about whether janet yellin the fed chief will be in favor of tapering or not. why don't we blame obama care and people's fears for losing healthcare insurance. the washington grinch is stealing christmas. we are beginning to hear the next government shutdown will happen on schedule and this time it will be even worse. why don't we chill the business climate down entirely? is there any wonder best buy or urban outfitters is talking about an unspeakable holiday season? then you go out to dream force, the celebration of all things related to the new economy in america of success, of innovation. you know, you don't hear anyone complaining about washington at all, other than to mention how our government is poorly run by design. it's all about payback, second raiders and people that care more about ideology and social issues than they do about the economy. the politicians may pay lip service to the job creators. they spend way more time on guns and sexual whatever. if you want to know the truth of it, i would say washington is about creating problems for business. silicon v
, but you don't follow my rules. after spending the last few weeks yapping about the relative valuation, predicting a few weeks ago it would be $20 billion, i was being viewed, by the way, as crazy to ponder such a high price, i can safely say that everyone who bought it today has officially as they say in law school, come to the nuisance. you know you overpaid and you didn't care. that means caveat emptor. you've been warned and it didn't bother you one bit. as i said at the opening, there is free will. you have every right to overpay for a stock. believe me, if you bought it today, plain and simple, you overpaid. second, unlike the disaster that was facebook, the system totally worked here. it took an hour and a half for the new york stock exchange to open the stock. the stare of nyse euronext was overseeing the process. the goldman sachs banker behind the deal, a seasoned pro was there to make sure it went off without a hitch. it did. unlike facebook, the buyers and sellers met in an orderly way. everyone who wanted stock got in. i like that. i don't like deals where only a sliver of
making some money. i don't want to say it's totally lost on people, but i will point out that this is a revolution that's been embraced far more by the businesses using the disruptive technology that you'll hear about, and not you, not individuals who are enjoying the fruits of lower costs. but these are not amazon or priceline, two companies i like very much. although priceline only valued by traditional metrics. you need to know that context here. because by and large the companies you'll be hearing from have eluded many of you, or at least their concepts have and their missions have. their missions seem to befuddled people. when most of us think of tech, what do we? oracle, microsoft, cisco, intel, ibm. we don't think of salesforce.com or workday or viva as being tech. we think of the former being cheap and latter as being ridiculously overvalued. and yes, on traditional metrics that's probably true. but sometimes we forget why we invest in tech in the first place. we do not do it for cheapness. we do not do it for dividends, and we certainly don't do it for buybacks.
example, netflix. weather is bad. don't see "catching fire." it's too wet, too cold, too whatever. so stay home and watch netflix. go ask your kid ifs they love netflix. no one wants to ask his kids anything. what do they know about security analysis? i say we are in a buy what you like environment. i'm helpless to stop it. can we acknowledge that's what's happening and maybe try to profit? what's wrong with that? oh! cramer is gaming the process. the smart money types are gaming a process that says the stocks are overvalued. it's a game. but that game isn't as good as the one with i'm watching. the pros are watching the redskins lose to the 49ers game. me, i watching the patriots beat the broncos. better game. tune in. third, nothing freaks out the geniuses whole called the trillion dollar t shots more than when retail investors buy stocks that make warm weather clothing when it's cold though they are up a lot. they are ap plek tick about decker's. they can't believe you can make money on companies that make north face and uggs. trading the weather is too pedestrian for them. prosaic. thi
, afc enterprises reports. i don't know if you them, because they're kind of a boring name. but that's the parent companies of popeye's louisiana kitchen. it's popeyes. and i'm expecting an excellent quarter because of the ceo is remodeling the stores and causes numbers to rise when she does. as we saw when with wendy's yesterday. the refurbishings could lead to estimates upward, which has been the trajectory of afc's conference calls for many, many quarters in the row. we'll also hear from the most controversial stock of the week, and that is cisco. when cisco last reported, the outlook was toxic, replete with layoffs that made it sound like cisco was really floundering. i was worried. it sounded pretty bad. now the stock has come down huge and while i do suspect we'll learn of weakness in government spending, there it is again, i think the expectations have finally been wrenched out here and the stocks risk reward is pretty darn good. plus, i believe that ceo john chambers was particularly down beat on the last call because of these firings. you can't be a good guy like chambers an
to buy it at a discount is what i would say. fund managers don't say oh, my, fedex is so high. they think downgrade, here's my chance, and without paying up from yesterday. ironically in a lot of cases you do have the terrific chain and so that is a little bit of an anomaly. yes, lobe got loud after he got long. here's what you have to ask, are the professionals right to behave this way? i mean, you're an amateur at home, would you ever do anything like this? i think you have to look at it from the point of view of the professional. if you're running a fund that's underperforming the averages you will lose assets to other managers who did better than you next year. you may have loyal patrons, but if you have hot money and you finished in the bottom quartile of the performance log, you will take a serious pay cut next year, plus you can't market a fund that doesn't beat the averages, even if people do hedge to protect yourself. of course, there are always people who will look at your fund's long-term record and decide you're worth keeping. i mean, those are people who say that guy was in t
in the throes of fiscal cliff debate. the washington sequester sandwich over the horizon. don't we have to justify this? there are plenty of companies coming public in real sectors of overvaluation especially biotech. whenever we chastise people for being enthusiastic, we always have to come back to the four horse men of big pharma who are up. trying to find someone that looks like winners makes sense on a day bio tech gets a take over bid on top of the santarus we caught bid friday. as far as the bubble in bonds, what do you expect? the fed created a world to advance higher. if you change the tax code, they'd start hiring to bring the money back from overseas. that would involve compromise in washington. forget about it. that's not allowed. there can be no compromise. what's the other objections? do you want banks of highly indebted ipo. let's deal with the heart of the matter. why it may still be early in the migration keeping money in stupid hardly safe low yielding instruments to put it in risk adjusted assets. how many professionals have you actually heard saying come on in? this i
that people have been fretting about. consider the lower price of gasoline a tax cut. we don't talk about it enough. well can't pin it down directly to what people spend. but we know gasoline has to help, right, because it's all about disposable income. if $1 goes to opec and the other dollar goes to macy's. i think it's one for one in terms of the spending department. # bulls don't want oil to go too much lower because then you would see the whole oil and gas patch get hammered. we can't lose that cohort. it's too hasn't. still, it's huge to see gasoline at a two-year low as it was today. fourth, we're getting a better yield curve. oh, there's some gibberish, right? major positive, though. what does it mean? take the average rate on a five-year certificate of deposit. which according to rate watch is right now 0.82%. do you know that's the same it's been for ages? but the five-year treasury is now at 1.4%. so you subtract the 0.85 from the 1.4 and realize you have a huge net interest margin for the banks. every time they issue these crowd-pleasing cds and use the money to buy treasuries.
&p not only preserved those gains, but rallied, right into the new year. i don't usually put that much stock in that kind of data. i have to believe there's something to it. that makes me want to buy, buy, buy. the down gained 70 points. and the nasdaq actually declining .06%. probably some stuff to buy there. now we're still in the early season and there are some amazing companies reporting this week. those earnings will be dwarfed by two other events, the pricing of the twitter deal and friday's october nonform payroll report. so let me tell you how you're going the have to navigate these waters. i like to be seen at jim cramer wearing his halloween outfit. unfortunately, most of you will not be able to get in because it's too hot and only the biggest commissioned clients are likely to give you any stock. right now you're hearing talk that the company might be valued as much as $15 billion. they could turn out to be the song of facebook. 6 ever since the disastrous facebook ipo, i have made it my mission to save you from -- price to be paid for any stock and at the moment facebook became p
dal. >> i would sell some pxd and happy birthday. >> i really like foot locker. >> guy. >> you don't turn 65 every day. happy birthday. go get him. >> not a day over 60. lee. see you back here tomorrow at 5:00 for more "fast." "mad money" starts right now. >>> my mission is simple. to make you money. i'm here to level the playing field for all investors. there's always a bull market somewhere and i promise to help you find it. "mad money" starts now. hey, i'm cramer, welcome to "mad money," welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends, i'm just trying to make you a little money. my job is not just to entertain but educate and teach. so call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. what makes for a healthy market? a market like today where the dow gained 24 points, s&p climbed .63%. ho hum positive. you know what i think makes for it? good breadth, means the stocks from many sectors are all going up. and you know what, they're going up for many different reasons. we can learn so much from the companies that are hitting all-time highs right now from the s&p 500. do you know that 5% of the s&
. even after this run, we still don't have a lot of all-time tech highs. but adobe's there. this company has changed its stripes and gone from being a traditional software provider to one that's aggressively expanding into the cloud, software as a service. you can focus on the nadir that is blackberry, i would rather focus on the zenith that is adobe. mastercard, m.a., which reported masterful earnings last week, deemed more powerful than visa. i like the latter too. m.a. is a play on paper going to plastic worldwide as well as being a derivative on strong shopping. okay. what's not on the list? i think this is almost as notable as what is. financials have been horrendous underperformers for months now. i think in part because of the headline risk of investigations has actually turned into genuine earnings risk. when you have a u.s. attorney on our tv talking about how no institution is too big to be jailed, do you really want to be in a stock that can't pass go and can't collect $200? remember also these prosecutions cost the shareholders money and don't seem to be hurting the ceos much
, there might be two people who want to go with somebody who is better than you. you don't say whose short-term record is better, but whose better than you. so the calculus makes sense. they are likely to beat the averages over the next month and a half because it's essential for them to be able to beat that market. take priceline, here is a stock that will be anointed right into next year because it just reported an excellent quarter and it is chief versus the growth rate. priceline is regarded as the quint essential growth stock and they wait until it's down and then they buy some. they don't even question the buy, let's get into priceline because it's lower than yesterday. there's a whole list of a noipted names and these are the names that are desperate and this is what they're buying. they buy google. they buy salesforce. they buy amazon and they'll buy netflix and starbucks tomorrow after this arbitration case where kraft won. they'll be hand over fist buying starbuc starbucks. those will be my go-to names and these will be highly concentrated bet, people, where i literally was wager
where the guidance is cut and the guy comes on air and says it is fantastic and i'm surprised they don't issue an apology for their actions. there are days when most stocks go up. still, the overall direction of a happy bull market is higher, and that's where the minister's forgotten and i want to remember brilliant max that happy bulls are all of the same the next time you think that's it. nothing's working and it's getting crushed. it's just resting or falling victim to profit taking until it makes its next move. that's where you should look today and certainly after a day like tomorrow. >> carl in ohio. >> jim! long-term financial advice from you. >> sure. >> i'm wondering about a stock to put in my wife's ira. ryan air, i like the dividend and the metrics. >> i like plum creek timber a little more, but this is one of those things where it's a six or half dozen and i think plum creek is every bit as good as ryan air. can i go to chuck in california, please? chuck? >> do you think it is a good time to buy or sell yahoo? yahoo is doing a buyback. is it a good thing for the stock broke
's. >> i'm melissa lee. see you tomorrow again at 5:00 for more fast. "mad meantime don't go anywhere. mad money with jim cramer starts right now. >>> my mission is simple, to make you money. i'm here to level the playing field for all invest tors. there's always work. i promise to help you find it. mad money starts now. hey i'm cramer. welcome to mad money. welcome to cramer america. my job is not just to entertain but to teach and coach you. call me 1800743cnbc. top callers are finally calling out in full force. last week we had a plethora of articles about how the twitter deal with the bull run. today dow up. nasdaq .01%. we saw the coin piece on the front page of the wall street journal this morning. stocks regain appeal. investors return to stocks which could be bad. bad. put a side for a moment the hilarity of the could be bad sub head. they're for individuals. the bulls, bear, eagles, country. for now let's focus on what i call the time honoredness of the could be bad exercise. it is true. market had a 24% advance. stock market has been a good place to put your money since the botto
bernanke. i don't know how they could be clearer. yet somehow we twist these old meeting notes, right, the minutes, to find them at odds with the currently stated views. this exercise could not be more fact facts you, and yet we do it every month. a meeting where target and dollar tree join best buy in saying the consumer's struggling. the consumer remains on the retail ropes. even after all that's been done to help her. i think we're actually looking at this problem entirely wrong. and we've got to stand the whole thing on its head. the fed knows this nation needs more jobs created and increase in purchasing power. right. we all agree with that? the fed knows the problem, it's too big for them to solve alone. it's doing its best at a time when no other part of the government is trying to stimulate jobs. the fed has hidden its agenda right in front of us in plain sight. it's just that so many people refuse to see it. what's really needed? i think the fed is trying to keep the economy out of recession until we get bold action by the rest of the government to create jobs. i think the fe
don't need another especially considering that every single red hot social and mobile cloud ipo has been cut. this is bottom line. you must accept the risk when you go into the high growth stocks. please understand there can be some apples in the apple growth eden that can cause indigestion. after all, adam and eve produced 7 billion people and that's an awful lot of success. larry in massachusetts. >> caller: jim, nice job on the raiders, good luck with the packers and a how about a philly/sox series next year. >> that would be nice. i'm taking it one game at a time. how can i help? >> caller: do you agree the big drop was overdone? >> yes, i thought that was ridiculous. i was going over that with my friend, by the stock in the doghouse. they need to do a shakeup. they need to changenary rental construction business. maybe sell it to uri. taking a stroll in the garden of growth stocks, be prepared for risks. but remember with risks come great rewards. stay with cramer. >>> coming up -- oil patch comeback? rising sale player magnum hunter, can the stock still deliver great returns?
negatives or collateral damage. it's just all bad. but i don't make those kinds of judgments here. they get in the way of making money. they get in the way of the process of getting rich, which we should never forget is what we're supposed to be doing when we invest in the stock market. passing judgment on the process or the fed itself is merely a parlor game to me, no different from trying to figure out whether the jets or bills will win this sunday's football game. we're trying to make money here and i will not let that parlor game get in the way of my thinking. i am playing kimberly clark. i'm not playing desean jackson. this is realty, not fantasy. even as desean figures big in my league. aha, now, what about the fed's actions leading to inflation? wouldn't that be terrible? i get that next. that's next in the litany. yes, i hate inflation as much as you do. but remember it's deflation that the fed is fighting, not inflation. the deflation that comes from a tight-fisted congress and from free trade, like the consequences of nafta, which allow our companies to pay less and less for labor
on thursday. i don't know if this one is going to be as hot as zulily. that's the one i told you that i wanted you in. if you got any, thank you. a lot of nice comments about that. people got some but it's definitely worth trying. even if it's just 100 shares. friday, wow, problematic retail alert. we got three that are going to hit turbulence because they have fallen out of favor. first is foot locker. maybe nobody cares. i'd rather see you in nike which is doing terrifically and then there's ann. women's apparel has gotten too hard. the company will actually even if it disappoints go higher. finally, one of my favorite retailers and that's petsmart reports friday. it's only up 8% for the year. used to be a hot stock. wall street turned against the country. i'm not going to be able to change your perception but i think a disappointing number will be reported. here's the bottom line, with the holiday season almost upon us we'll get our last read on the consumer and by and large it will be the positive one. that could set the tone for a healthy run into the end of the year. something that alway
, you've got a perpetual motion machine. we don't even want amazon to show profit. that's right. amazon is in too big a hurry to take over the world to be constrained by petty things like profit. it's kicking the can down the road, that profit can. a road of riches. but even away from the cult names, it's still too easy to call the market a bubble. it's easy to label higher prices the inevitable collateral damage from the fed's attempts to stimulate the economy. tell people they need to sell, sell, sell because of the bubbles. easy. but it hasn't been right, and i don't think it will be. let me tell you why. why don't we deal with the reality of the situation rather than just bubbles? let's talk about how difficult it is when the day-to-day basis to call something a bubble and then, therefore, have to sell the whole position based on the logic of bubble overvaluation. consider what happened today with two big household names, facebook and starbucks. last night these companies reported fantastic numbers. amazing ones. analysts armed to the teeth with bubble poppers wanted to work. they w
not as bad as coastal. i want to keep an eye on a thing called vince. i don't know if this is going to be as hot as zulily, the one i told you that priced at $22 and opened at $39 this morning, the one i told you that i wanted you in. if you got any, thank you. i'm glad. got a lot of nice comments about that. people got some. but i think it's definitely worth trying to get a piece of vince on the deal, even if it's just a hundred shares. friday, wow, problematic retailer alert. we have three that will hit some turbulence, because they've fallen out of favor with the analyst community. versus footlocker, i would rather have you see you in nike. which i think is doing terrifical terrifically. then ann, parent of ann taylor, which i played doing a positive piece on before deciding that women's apparel has gotten too hard, although the negativity is so thick here that the company will actually, even if it disappoints, go higher. finally, one of my favorite retailers, and that's pet smart, reports friday. frankly, this one hz become a real dog. it's only up 8% for the year, used to be a
'm cramer. welcome to "mad money." welcome to cramerica. i don't just entertain but to educate you. as november begins we have to take heart in a unique statistic. during the last 50 years there have only been four our times when the s&p 500 was up more than 20% in the first ten months of the year. like it is this year. do you know that all four times the s&p not only preserved those gains but rallied right into the new year. i do not normally put that much stock in monthly historical data, but i'll admit if a pattern has been ropily indicated 100% of the time then i have to believe there is, indeed, something to it. that makes me want to -- buy, buy, buy. >> when we have weakness, even the minimal kind like we had for much of the day before the averages rebounded. dow rebounding climbing and nasdaq declining 0.06%. probably some stuff to buy there. there are some amazing companies reporting this weekend. i have a gim plan for. but those will be dwarfed by two other events. the pricing of the twitter deal. and friday's october nonfarm payroll report. so, let me tell you how you're
'd say names like tj don't pickexpired. see you back here next week. "mad money" is up now. >>> my mission is simple. to make you money. i'm here to level the playing field for all investors. there's always a bull market somewhere. and i promise to help you find it. "mad money" starts now. hey, i'm cramer! welcome to "mad money." welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends, trying to save you some money. my job is not just to entertain you, but to educate you, so call 1-800-743-cnbc. we rallied again today. that she wanted to keep rates down to keep the economy get stronger has been behind a lot of the gains including the one we got today, dow raising 85 points, nasdaq climbing 0.33%. do you know what, that's six straight up weeks for the dow and for the s&p. that's the power of this bull. with that in mind, let's talk about the game plan for the coming week, okay? next week is a truly special week for "mad money," because we're going out to dream force. that's salesforce.com's annual shin dig. it's now become the mecca conference for all things information technology.
workday, it's not expensive. we've had so many retailers report this week that i don't know about you. i'm experiencing a bit of retail fatigue. glen murphy used that phrase. he's the ceo of gap. i liked it. there are three retailers i liked very much. tiffany, cracker barrel and dsw. could there be anything more different than -- do people who go to cracker barrel wear tiffany and designer shoe warehouse shoes? just a query. you can answer it on z box or something. anyway, all these winners are either at or near their 52 week highs with cracker barrel up an astounding 82% while tiffany and dsw is up. dsw is in a sweet spot. it's a tjx for designer footwear. as for cracker barrel, it's often found along the interstate. with gasoline so low in the last two years, cracker barrel has a good story with apple pie with cheddar cheese on top. it needs to be served with lipitor. mr. tivo. this is a story that went from litigation story to an earnings story. a 1 poi$1.6 million stock. i feel that tivo might run up. it's up 8%. i think it runs up. it's funny. wednesday is a dull day. look at this
. this stock left for dead around this time last year now up a staggering 77% for 2013. i don't think it's done. we talk of a bottoming personal computer sales. taking a huge amount of debt to go private. we know hewlett packard has done a ground breaking deal with salesforce.com to extend its cloud reach and extremely valuable printer franchise. we know the company boosted dividend recently. all this sounds pretty positive to me. i would not be surprised if hpq delivers a number higher, not lower. i like meg whitman, i think she's doing a terrific job. unlike workday, it is not expensive and has a decent yield to fall back on if the company does indeed miss earnings or have the guided lower. we've had so many retailers report this week that i don't know about you but i'm experiencing a bit of retail fatigue. the ceo of gap used that phrase and i liked it so i appropriated it. there are three retailers i like very much to put up good numbers next week. tiffany, cracker barrel and dsw. could there be anything more different than -- do people who go to cracker barrel wear tiffany and designer sho
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